Joe Biden in SHOCK as over 74 million Americans demands vote recount


Trump supporters are pushing for a re-election in localities around the country.





US President Donald Trump reiterated his claims of major voting fraud and electoral malpractice in the presidential election, telling supporters that his goal was to ensure that Americans have faith in this and future elections.




We saw a coordinated campaign to crown a winner just days after the election, even though several critical states were still being tabulated. Allowing the Constitutional process to continue is essential. We will safeguard the integrity of the vote by guaranteeing that every legal ballot is counted and that no illicit ballots are counted, Trump said at a White House Christmas Party on Tuesday.




A lawyer from Detroit informed Cheboygan County commissioners last week at a public meeting that the voting machines used in 2020 may “flip” votes and ruin an election. She offered to send in a “forensic team” to inspect ballots and scanners at no cost to the county.




In Windham, New Hampshire, fans of former President Donald Trump chanted “Stop the Steal!” and demanded that officials appoint their favorite auditor to investigate a 400-vote difference in a state representative contest.




At a board of supervisors meeting on May 4 in San Luis Obispo County, on California’s Central Coast, scores of residents questioned whether voting machines had correctly recorded their ballots, with many calling for a “forensic audit.”

The consequences of Trump’s relentless attacks on the 2020 election are becoming more obvious across the country: In emails, phone calls, and public gatherings, his followers are challenging how their elections are run and urging public officials to reconsider the vote count, despite the fact that Trump won the presidential election.





The most prominent example is playing out in Arizona’s Maricopa County, where Republican state lawmakers have forced a widely pilloried audit of the 2020 vote. That recount is being touted as an inspiration by small but vocal cohorts of angry residents in communities in multiple states.




“I think there is clearly a justification to do that type of audit that they’re doing in Maricopa County. That’s what I wanted to see done here,” said Ken Eyring, a local activist in Windham who recently appeared at a rally with former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski. Eyring said his only goal is to make sure Windham’s machines are accurate.




Behind the scenes, a loose network of lawyers, self-proclaimed election experts, and political organizations is bolstering community efforts by requesting audits, filing lawsuits, and making baseless assertions that residents are echoing in public forums. Much of it is taking place in predominantly Republican areas, where Trump supporters hope to find officials prepared to assist their investigations.